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Unformatted text preview: irst i n backyard inventory with 14.39 percent share of the national inventory. Central Luzon ranked first in commercial inventory with 34.16 percent share. Figure 5. Distribution of Invetory by Top Producing Regions, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 Others 32.30% Central Luzon 15.19% CALABARZON 13.68% Northern Mindanao Western Visayas 10.66% 6.85% Davao Region 6.77% Bicol Region 6.97% Central Visayas 7.57% 1 SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT SWINE INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE REPORT 6 INVENTORY ™ In July 1, 2011, the total inventory of Sows was 1.51 million head. It was 0.84 percent lower than the 2010 level of 1.52 million head. Of the total swine inventory, sows TOTAL 13,866,234 accounted for 12.36 percent. Backyard Commercial 9,785,596 4,080,638 ™ Total inventory of Gilts or sow Sow replacement this year was1,647,045 497.06 Backyard 1,153,408 thousand head. It went down by Commercial 493,637 2.35 percent from the 2010 level. Gilt Backyard 1, 2011, Commercial 529,299 423,330 total the105,969 ™ As of July inventory of Fatteners reached attener 1/ 3,656,463 3.60 million Fhead. It was 1.54 Backyard 2,702,654 percent higheCommercial r than last 953,809 year’s level of 3.55 million head. Grower 2/ 3,842,173 Fatteners shared 29.55 percent in ackyard 2,802,815 the total swineBstock. Commercial 1,039,358 Others 3/ 4,191,254 Table 1. Swine Inventory by Farm Type and by Age Classification, Philippines, July 1, 2009 - 2011 ('000 Head) ITEM 2009 12,709,205 12,192,466 (8.34) 8,574,849 4,134,356 8,034,626 4,157,840 (12.37) 1.32 1,507,498 1,001,851 505,842 (7.70) (10.57) (0.97) (0.84) (2.87) 3.48 508,992 401,506 107,486 497,056 387,774 109,281 (3.84) (5.16) 1.43 2009 (6.30) 0.57 1,520,291 1,031,441 488,850 MONTH 2011 (4.07) January February March April May June Sem1 (2.35) (3.42) 1.673,602,597 3,547,956 2,494,241 1,053,715 3,602,597 2,452,539 1,150,303 (2.97) (7.71) 10.47 3,714,412 2,643,296 1,071,116 3,683,246 2,573,249 1,109,998 (3.33) (5.69) 3.06 (0.84) (2.65) 3.63 3,417,554 2,900,969 1,619,213 1,282,416 (18.46) (25.86) (5.02) MONTH 1.54 (1.67) 9.17 (15.12) (19.22) (9.25) ™ The total inventory of Growers in 2,004,365 Backyard 2,703,389 July 1, 2011 was recorded 1,487,865 1,413,189 at 3.68 Commercial million head orP0.84 percent lower Preliminary estimates 1/ Fattener is than last year’s levelmarket hog 4 months old and over of 3.71 2/ More than 2 mos. but less than 4 mos. million head. 3/ Include piglets, weanlings and boars ™ Piglet, weanling and boar which were classified as “others”, shared 23.80 percent of the total population. Their combined inventory declined by 15.12 percent compared to July 1, 2010 level. % Change 2010 10/09 11/10 Table 5. Monthly Average Farmgate and Market Prices Philippines and Metro Manila, January-June, 2009-2011 January February March April May June Sem1 MONTH Figure 4. D istribution of Inventory by Classification, Philippines, as of July 1, 2011 others 23.80% gilt % sow 12.37% 4.08 January February March April May June Sem1 85....
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